Twin Six Cross Jersey

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MSRP : $58.00

Product Description

The Cross Jersey You remember July 14, 2003, Stage 9 ofTheTour where one guy dodged another guys head and rode a little Cross? Yea. Hell on wheels. * 100% polyester microfiber * 16 inch invisible zipper *Three deep back pockets * Made inThe U.S.A.Sizing S M L XL XXL Chest(in) 34-36 38-40 42-44 46-48 48-50

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